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Baby Dental – Infants Oral Hygiene

Tuesday, Nov. 7th 2023 9:08 AM

Daily oral hygiene for Infants.

Oral hygiene is just as important to infants as to children and adults. Even though a baby may not have teeth, you still need to provide daily oral hygiene for your infant. Infants require daily oral hygiene because the tissues in the mouth require cleansing to prevent irritation and infection. Thrush is a treatable fungal infection caused by yeast that often appears in areas of the mouth that may have torn tissue due to the constant sucking of a pacifier or bottle or during breastfeeding. The tiny tears remain moist; if not removed, the yeast can cause this painful condition.

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